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Berlin Science Talk

Explain Your Research

"Berlin Science Talk" provides a platform to young researchers and scientists to talk about their research to a diverse audience. In doing so, it promotes them to think "out of the box" for communicating their research work so that everyone in the audience understands it, irrespective of their academic background, and at the same time, does not dilute the importance of their research, or make it sound very lame. At this point, one might wonder, why is it so important? Well, to begin with, this will prepare young researchers to always be on-point and confident enough to communicate their research to anyone, whether its academics from a completely different background, or students embarking on their bachelor studies. And, not to mention, the extreme happiness and satisfaction of people remembering you not as a stereotypical "nerdy scientist", but, rather, as someone who could introduce them to the fascinating and overwhelmingly interesting world of scientific research.

Science Talks


  Jonas Schuba


The responsibility of media teaching public knowledge exemplary explained on film as a medium.

Jonas Schuba
Unfallkrankenhaus



  Tuur Mertens


What is Happening to my Beer!The Headache called ‘Beer Flavour Stability’

Tuur Mertens
Technical University of Berlin



  Arobendo Mondal


Quantum Chemistry: Never heard of that

Arobendo Mondal
Technical University of Berlin



  Dr. Pablo David Rojas


Empowering Scientists with Voice Technology

Dr. Pablo David Rojas
LabTwin GmbH



  Annie Voigt


Something Smells Funny - Teaching a Young Fruitfly New Tricks

Annie Voigt
Charité, Berlin



  Vlada Pleshcheva


“What is heavier - 1 kilogram or 1000 grams?” How biases in people’s perceptions and behavior drive economists crazy

Vlada Pleshcheva
Humboldt University Berlin



  Ashraf Nabiel Abdo


Body Clock, what is your time?

Ashraf Nabiel Abdo
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin



  Dr. Yu Noda


Nano-touch on flatland? How to characterize electronic properties of two-dimensional nanomaterials

Dr. Yu Noda
Humboldt University of Berlin



  João Louçano


Automation in carbohydrate chemistry and its impact in Glycosciences

João Louçano
GlycoUniverse, Berlin



  Meliha Cimen


Multitasking and Creativity

Meliha Cimen
TU Berlin



  Raman Venkatesan Thulasinath


Online job applications for PhDs transitioning to Industry

Raman Venkatesan Thulasinath
INTRVU



  Mr Niranjan Ramakrishnegowda


Sheding light on to High voltage Photovoltaic Ferroelectric Materials- Strain engineering as an approach.

Mr Niranjan Ramakrishnegowda
Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg



  Guru Singh


Empowering Scientists with Voice Technology

Guru Singh
LabTwin



  Felix Beierle


Researching the Relationship between Smartphone Usage and Personality

Felix Beierle
Technische Universität Berlin / Telekom Innovation Laboratories



  Dr. Christian Roth


Prison Break and Alzheimers.How a little sugar connects it all.

Dr. Christian Roth
Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces



  Dr. Saurav Chatterjee


Chemical synthesis: Rise of the Machines

Dr. Saurav Chatterjee
Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany



  Sayan Paul


Small molecule activation AKA, Tom and Jerry show

Sayan Paul
Humboldt University of Berlin



  Begoña


Why is it important to teach robotics to kids and teenagers

Begoña
Roobot-Academy



  Aarti Swaminathan


Key for a good night's sleep? The slow wave sleep in the hippocampus

Aarti Swaminathan
Charite Medical University, Berlin



  Dr Jose Danglad-Flores


Meniscus shape around nanoparticles. An example of how well we understand molecularly thin liquid films

Dr Jose Danglad-Flores
Max Plank Institute of Colloids and Interfaces



  Professor Paul J. Low


Chemistry and camaraderie: stories from a life walking the academic road

Professor Paul J. Low
University of Western Australia



  Lee Stopak


Digital phenotyping and contextualized consumer genomics within Ada, an AI diagnostic app and clinical decision support tool

Lee Stopak
Ada Health GmbH



  Dr. Chris Armbruster


Postdoc or Industry? Choices and opportunities for PhDs in the AI revolution

Dr. Chris Armbruster
10,000 Data Scientists for Europe



  Majed Kikhia


Can your passion last throughout your Ph.D. or even beyond?

Majed Kikhia
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin



Coordinator

Arobendo Mondal

Joao Loucano

Kazi Atikur Rahman


Team Members

Jonas Schuba

Mayur Vadhvani

Priyanka Banerjee

Sayan Paul

Tanistha Gupta

Vlada Pleshcheva

Yunha Hwang